Dancing Gabe: One Step At A Time

The book's cover. Photo by Mike Sudoma.
The book’s cover. Photo by Mike Sudoma.

Dancing Gabe: One Step At A Time, Gabriel Langlois’ biography, was released on September 5, 2015, at a Winnipeg Goldeyes game. The book was #1 on McNally Robinson’s Bestsellers list (Paperback, Non-Fiction) from the beginning, for three consecutive weeks. It spent 12 of the last 17 weeks of 2015 on the Bestsellers list, ending at #6 for 2015 list.

Book purchasesDancing Gabe: One Step At A Time now available in Kindle edition on Amazon.

Hardcover edition retail for $25.00 (incl. GST); Softcover edition will retail for $20.00 (incl. GST). Books are available online through McNally Robinson Booksellers (click here), and in Winnipeg at  McNally Robinson Booksellers, Chapters, Indigo, and Coles Bookstores, at Bomber Stores (Investors Group Field, Polo Park Shopping Centre, and Winnipeg Square), at Jets Gear locations (MTS Centre, St. Vital Shopping Centre, and MTS Iceplex), at the Goldeyes Dugout store, and at every Scotiabank branch in Manitoba and Kenora.

CHARITABLE DONATIONS

Thank you for your support.

For every printed book sold, $1.00 will be donated to the Winnipeg Jets True North Foundation and $1.00 to the Winnipeg Goldeyes Field of Dreams Foundation to support autism initiatives; $1.00 will be donated to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ commitment to anti-bullying initiatives for young people in Manitoba. As well, part of the proceeds of the sales of the book will go to a fund for Gabe.

You can also check out our Facebook page: DancingGabe.com

Thank you!

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